Management of Projects and Change Programmes

By using or complementing project methods with best practice, organisations can harvest large amounts of efficient benefits. This could be through consistent project terminology, more effective control and a consistent way of managing critical elements such as the business case.

We stress the fact that the implementation of best practice has to be based on, and account for, the parts that work well in the organisation as well as complement the existing model and its areas of weakness. This ensures a better anchoring point, when the implementation plan is rolled out step by step, also covering conceptual development.

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When we work with project methods, some of the key words are: scalability, efficiency and a continuously healthy business case.